welcome to eightpointtwo

Eight Point Two specialise in providing event design, management and consultancy. Working predominantly in 'Adventure Challenge Events' we've been delivering innovative and daring experiences across the UK and further afield for 15 years.

Our customers include JCB, Nestle, 02, NSPCC, McDonalds Housing Charity and Marie Curie to name a few.

If you are in to your running then we have lots going on - check out our RUNNING tab above.

Returning for 2014 is the Dig Deep Races (www.digdeepraces.co.uk) incorporating the  ULTRA Tour of the Peak District (60 miles), Intro ULTRA (30 miles), 12.12 mile trail race and the Whirlow 10k Trail Challenge! The UTPD race also counts as a qualifyer for the  North Face Ultra Trail de Mont Blanc.

Finally, there is the Whole Hog series. With new events booked in for 2014 there is one near you (www.wholehograces.co.uk

Over £1 billion is donated in the UK every year. Up to 20% of every online donation is automatically deducted due to charity business management and operational costs, or due to the use of third party commercial organisations and their associated fees. If everyone had used Golden Giving, then an extra £100 to £200 million would have gone to charity front line causes. Eight Point Two supports Golden Giving.

Whether you're an individual, a charity or a large corporate team, Eight Point Two have the experience, enthusiasm and professionalism to deliver some of the most exciting adventure events in the country.

We specialise in walking events including the Yorkshire Three Peaks and National Three Peaks walks.  

Our cycle events run from coast to coast throughout the year and attract both seasoned professionals and amateurs. Finally, we run abseils all over the country - its adventure all the way!

So if you fancy walking the Yorkshire Three Peaks, Cycling from Lands End to John O'Groats or have an idea for an adventure and just require the experience to make it real then Eight Point Two can help...

 

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